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“This morning in Mexico City I was told I could not board my @aeromexico flight to NYC because of my turban.#Fearisan Opportunityto Educate#humanrights #dignity #lovenotfear,” Ahluwalia posted on Instagram.A Sikh community-based organisation in the US, The Sikh Coalition, condemned the incident, calling it shameful, while several other users took to social media to support Ahluwalia."They waited until everyone boarded the plane before they did the secondary security check on me," he said, adding that they went through his bag and made him remove his shoes and sweatshirt while conducting a full-body check.They then told him to take off his turban, Ahluwalia said.Singh told Metro Morning this is a result of growing paranoia about travel, but also a general lack of education about what a turban is among security authorities.It started when Singh was asked to go through an extra layer of security before boarding his flight on Feb. "I'm at the airport, and go through security and did one of those full body scans where you have to do a freeze jumping jack pose.Jasmeet Singh, better known as comedian and You Tube star Jus Reign, travels a lot for work. Normally those two details about Singh are not in conflict.But at the San Francisco airport on Monday, he was forced to remove his turban in order to board a flight back to Toronto, an ordeal he called "insensitive." A similar issue sprang earlier this month when Sikh actor Waris Ahluwalia was also barred from a flight because he refused to take off his turban.

He said it wasn't the first time he was asked by Mexican officials to remove his turban in public.

On Monday night, Aero Mexico publicly apologized to Ahluwalia after he vowed not to leave Mexico City without an apology from the airline. Waris Ahluwalia for the unfortunate experience he encountered with one of our security guards during the boarding process on his flight to New York at the Mexico City International Airport," the statement said.

"This incident inspires us to make sure that our safety personnel strengthens its customer service protocols, with full respect for the cultural and religious values of our customers." Ahluwalia, 41, said that his boarding pass had four S's — which marked him for secondary screening at the Mexico airport.

As his alter ego Jus Reign, Singh has removed his turban in public before, when he filmed a You Tube instructional video on how to tie it. There are many Sikhs who would not have been able to walk in public without the spiritual cloth turban.

Singh said airport security asking Sikhs to remove their dastaar in public is becoming more frequent.